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future employees at the tune of 5 and a half$5 and a half billion dollars a year. no business could survive that. no other government agency has to do that. yes, the post office is a great institution that provides a great public service. but it's never going to be cost effective until the congress gets off of its back and lets it do its job. my parting shot for today, folks, here we go into the weekend. have a great one. kick back and come back and see us again on monday. >> this is "the bill press show."
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[♪ theme music ♪] >> stephanie: hello, current tv
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land happy friday. representative jan schakowsky on the show today, and john fugelsang. jacki schechner >> yes good morning. >> stephanie: we are both helping the other member of our trouple melissa fitzgerald pack this weekend? >> we're going to try. >> stephanie: we could bring a special surprise i could steal the stripper pole and install it in here. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> i think she would notice >> i would be like the days we used to broadcast from the playboy studio. >> stephanie: yes. >> there was a moment when she said i think the pole could fit in here. >> stephanie: yes, let's put the stripper pole down the list of priorities. >> exactly. >> stephanie: here she is jacki schechner. >> good morning, everybody, happy friday a hacker has allegedly accessed the email accounts of the bush family and
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the secret service tells cnn this morning it is invest indicating. the smoking gun broke the story and says it has been corresponding via email. the hacker says he has access to core upon dense send between 2009 and last year. one belongs to jim nance who is a long-time family friend. the smoking gun details links to many of the private correspondences and images taken. allegingly a picture george bush sent to his sister of paintings he is working on one is of him in the shower and the other one is of him in the tub. a knew poll shows that hillary clinton is very popular. something she could take into
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consideration as she figures out what she is going to do next. her favorability rating is at 61%. on the respect side the potential 2016 presidential candidate with the best numbers at the moment is senator marco rubio. 57% of people say they just don't know enough about him to have a real opinion. rubio is going to give the republican response to the state of the union address on tuesday night. we're back with more show after the break. stay with us. ♪
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[♪ theme music ♪] >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's the "stephanie miller show"! ♪ i'm walking on sunshine, woe
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ho ♪ ♪ i'm walking on sunshine woe ho ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ ♪ hey all right now ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ >> stephanie: uh-huh. yes. happy friday, everybody. representative jan schakowsky coming up on the big show today. and john fugelsang in tour number two. and the tickets flying out the window for the chicago sexy liberal show. vip is gone, but you can get your tickets if you hurry. hurry! for april 13th at the chicago theater. chris lavoie people think that conversations we have on the show are weird. >> right. >> stephanie: that's because they don't know what we talk about off the hour. >> right. my friend jeff in d.c. -- >> stephanie: my boy toy. >> yes he would like to buy you a pinball machine to put in your
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basement so you and he can recreate the scene from "the accused." >> that's hot. [ applause ] >> that's weird, a, because we are both gay. >> that's true. >> it may outshine cat videos on the youtubes. >> stephanie: and i have a new straight boyfriend i have been sexting with. which is weird. [ inaudible ] >> i don't think they had packers back then. >> stephanie: no. >> we're talking about participate's day. taft should get a week. president's week. >> stephanie: exactly. oh, lord, because with the straight guy it's in that testing phase to find if i'm that kind -- >> or the two drinks away --
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>> stephanie: i'm not the lesbian porn gay you are hoping for. move along. i have to give judy the smartist girl in class award. steph gun owners say you can't compare insuring a gun to a car. in state after state my constitutional right to an abortion is being severely restricted. so why can be we impose the same restrictions on guns. there is one place to buy a gun. once you get there, you will have to walk by gun protesters then fill out personal details in the paperwork, and then you
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have to wait 72 hours to think about it. finally when you return in 72 hours you will again walk past the gauntlet of anti-gun protesters, and you will submit to rules one through five every time you want to purchase a gun. there you go. [ applause ] >> stephanie: judy arguing for some consistency? the gun argument. let's run that up the flag pole over at the stupid party. >> not going to happen. >> stephanie: speaking of the stupid party. >> what? >> stephanie: what is our latest thing from fox news? >> fox news claims that solar power won't work in america, because it is not sunny here like it is in germany. >> they are kidding, right? >> stephanie: no they helpful have a map. >> yeah, and america -- >> we have a southwest here -- >> it raining all the time in
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germany. there are no deserts in germany. >> yeah, germany is blue and green for the amount of sunshine -- fox news is stupid. >> stephanie: it's science for dummies. >> exactly. >> the entire southwest could fuel the entire can't next. phoenix by itself could generate enough -- >> absolutely. i have lived there. there's a lot of sun there. >> yeah. even at night the buildings blow practically. >> stephanie: no wonder this doll is such a big seller. >> the barn owl says -- the hippo says -- [ inaudible ] >> the [ inaudible ] says -- >> our top political priority over the next four should be to deny this president a second
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term. >> the chapel pan agency says -- >> i would like to stay here all day, but i got to go to vegas. >> the sheep says -- >> [ inaudible ] >> where are you specifically hearing these things? >> fox news. [ giggling ] >> stephanie: oh, happy children. the sound of happy children with their new toy. oh, can i -- [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: i cannot get enough of the republicans in disarray story. >> i know. yeah. >> stephanie: donald trump karl rove is a total loser. why are people still giving him money. karl rove's strategies are the worst i have ever seen. money given to him might as well be thrown down the drain. >> this from a guy who lost money on a casino. >> use your hair -- head -- you
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know what i mean. >> stephanie: i have tried to be helpful, by saying please don't fight. you are all losers. please. the tea party crazies and the republican establishment. all of you. >> the whole lot of yous. >> stephanie: there is another one in "politico." republicans and fox news moving to purge the controversial political creatures it created. now the develop with his dismal image, and fox news scrambling to dim those voices sarah palin, and dick norris two of the most obnoxious players. and karl rove sidelined to help get rid of the tea party crazies. >> whatever! >> stephanie: is that becoming like jumbo shrimp electable
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republicans? [ phyllis diller laughter ] >> kind of. >> stephanie: okay. >> and you are a poopy head. >> stephanie: exactly. right. we have grover norquist going poopy heads. they are the pee wee herman heads. there are two huge unresolved impediments, suicide conservatives, who would rather lose elections than win seats with moderates. yes! yes! have some principle! i implore that! >> move further to the right. >> stephanie: yes, go. and the many groups on the hard right that requires a high degree of audacity and
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borderline shrewdness. throw in a third obstacle, loud-mouth personalities, and candidates who are hard to control. [♪ mysterious music ♪] >> stephanie: there are your monsters enjoy. they brought you abby normal brains. >> perhaps i could help you that hump. >> stephanie: i urge them to put the candle back. >> listen to me very carefully. put the candle back. >> stephanie: i don't know what that means but -- >> i have no idea. >> stephanie: it's better advice than you are getting from anywhere else. >> better advice that christine o'donnell gave you. >> i'm not a witch. i'm one of you. >> stephanie: a parade of crazies. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: steve king. >> the stunning steve king.
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>> stephanie: stunning steve king according to michellee bachmann bachmann. maybe he inadvertently climbed one of his electric fences. he is asking for cash to stave off efforts by the karl rove group. karl rove have already launched a crusade against me. [ baby crying ] >> stephanie: yes, he is the one that said that would work the electrified fence because it works on his farm animals. >> yes equating the two -- >> stephanie: that was not offensive to anybody. >> oh, boy. >> stephanie: wait, one more. fight! fight! fight! [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> a group of conservatives
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called on american cross roads to fire its spokesman. he went on the radio station and said he is a hater for opposing the new rove group. >> okay. >> stephanie: he said he is hater and also has a long soredid history. [ applause ] >> he looks like he smells of ginn-flavored cigarettes. >> stephanie: a number of activists, mark levin. >> stephanie: and tony perkins. >> no god! >> stephanie: no not that family. they want to fire the spokesman. fight! fight!
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fight. all right. seventeen minutes after the hour. we'll be back with eventually fridays with fugelsang. >> announcer: call steph now. she is easy. 1-800-steph-1-2. ♪
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>> she gets the comedians laughing... >> that's hilarious! >> ...and the thinkers thinking. >> okay, so there's wiggle-room in the ten commandments is what you're telling me. >> she's joy behar. >> and current will let me say anything.
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>> only on current tv. ♪ ♪ you know sometimes i get the feeling deep down inside ♪ ♪ it's -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ because i'm a party girl because i'm a party girl ♪
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>> stephanie: uh-huh. it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome to it. twenty-two minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2. mike in chicago. welcome. >> caller: hi, how are ya? >> stephanie: good go ahead. >> caller: i was just wondering how you can give somebody the smart person of the day award when they are talking about abortion -- >> stephanie: she was talking about her right to have an abortion. >> caller: but it's not constitutional. >> the supreme court decided that it is constitutional. >> stephanie: there are a lot of restrictions in a lot of states why should there be no restrictions on guns at all. >> caller: there are
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restrictions on guns -- >> stephanie: really? >> as part of a well-regulated militia. >> caller: technically she is wrong. >> stephanie: no she is not. the nra wants virtually no restrictions on gun ownership. literally -- they think it's okay if you are on a terrorist watch list to have a gun. i mean seriously? >> caller: here is the thing. buying a gun doesn't take a life, having an abortion takes a life. >> what is a gun for, mike? killing. it's for killing. >> caller: target practice. >> stephanie: practice for doing what? >> shooting at black helicopters. >> caller: inherently a gun doesn't kill anybody. you have to do that. >> it is a tool that people use
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for only killing things or people. >> stephanie: it is something that is legal to have, and an abortion is something that is legal to do in this country, period. >> caller: and that's fine. but she said it was in the constitution, and it's not. >> stephanie: she said it was her legal right was her point. >> it's not in the bill of rights. >> caller: that's my point. >> stephanie: if you had a vagina, mike how would you feel about having to have a transvaginal probe before you bought a gun how about that? >> caller: i don't see the point of that. >> stephanie: exactly! we have a winner! [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: and thanks for playing proving our point exactly. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: oh, that was a thing of beauty. >> bless his heart. >> stephanie: bless his heart. he did not see that coming.
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all right margaret in texas you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> caller: hello. >> stephanie: hello. >> caller: i was just wanting to comment about the gun debate. >> stephanie: uh-huh. >> caller: actually there's -- the congress and there was one -- up to the president, everybody is talking about what to do about the gun problem. it's kind of ridiculous because it -- the government should have never let people have these assault weapon-type guns. we have lots of guns in the country -- >> stephanie: we did have a ban on those kind of guns, and then it expired. and this is what the result has been, so yeah. i'm just waiting for the nra after john brennan's testimony to say that everyone should have a drone. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> well, yeah. >> as long as you don't have the
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hell fire missile attached it to. >> stephanie: exactly. you can have a drone but not with a hell fire miser -- >> miser -- >> stephanie: it's friday, i'm -- >> drunk. >> stephanie: yes. nate in asheville you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, nate. >> caller: hi stephanie thanks for taking my call. >> stephanie: yes, go ahead. >> caller: i wanted to ask or suggest, you know, why are we cutting people's throats and other social supports to attempt to balance the budget? it seems like the framing of the conversation is going that way, instead of cutting the military budget. why is nobody talking about that. >> stephanie: go ahead, jim. >> yeah, why should they go after entitlements when we have this huge bloated military budget. >> caller: $750 billion a year
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in ridiculous. >> stephanie: i don't even know why we're arguing about things the military doesn't even say it wants or needs. >> plus stationing soldiers in europe to keep the soviet union out, i think that ship as sailed. >> stephanie: just one, dolph lumgrin. >> yes. >> stephanie: stephanie in utah. hi, steph. >> caller: hi, i love you guys you are great. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: i watched the news yesterday, and they were talking about, you know, the drone, and the one guy says . . . the american people need to know. we need to know what? i need to know if my neighbor who is very angry -- i need to know if he has a gun. i need to know if the guy on the bus sitting next to me has a gun. there is a need to know.
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and they are talking about terrorism and all of these kinds of things. what about upstate idaho, there is nothing but terrorists up there. >> stephanie: you are talking about white supremacists? >> caller: yes, they are as angry as terrorists. >> there are things besides white supremacists in the panhandle of idaho -- >> stephanie: there's potatoes. potatoes and terrorists. >> and occasionally batman. >> and some good skiing. >> stephanie: if you want to have french fries with a white supremacist, that's the place to do it. >> vats of boiling oil. algators and moats -- i made that part up. >> chewing up small children.
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>> stephanie: wearing boller hats. >> technically it would be illegal to bomb a united state -- >> stephanie: do we seem like fancy liberals with very little knowledge -- understanding of what is in the middle there. >> i have lived there. >> stephanie: right. idaho? >> i lived in idaho, but i lived in the mountain time zone, y'all haven't. >> stephanie: look at you. >> i'm fancy. >> stephanie: right back on the city slicker show.
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♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> she has got me all tangled up in one big doughy love pretzel. >> stephanie: uh-huh. >> you have been hanging out
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with john lithgow. >> stephanie: yes. jacki schechner is here from her little health care corner. ♪ come on get jacki ♪ >> stephanie: good morning, jacki schechner. >> good morning. >> stephanie: so we played this sound bite in right-wing world yesterday this michelle malkin rant. she was saying -- she was -- >> she was saying we're all going to hell in a hand basket. >> stephanie: right. there are going to be no more doctors. actually, i think there's no more doctors. here it was. >> out here in the real world the effects of obamacare including the medical device tax that is cutting r&d and causing layoffs across the country in
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the most innovative firms, the fact that so many people who were intending to no longer going into medicine, thank you, brain drain, a consequence of obamacare, and doctor who were individual practicers are either bailing and retiring all together or going into concierge care. have you heard that term? do you know the people that are shutting down their practices, dropping insurance all together where now only the wealthiest can pay for care. congratulations obamacare. heck of a job. >> stephanie: so we tried to impact that little rice ball of nonsense yesterday. and i got a letter i sent to you. dede rights malkin is right. hey, steph the hospitals systems have brought up the big doctor practices. smaller doctors were not brought into their systems. medicare pays three times the
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amount that they pay a single doctor. i'm related to a physician. there is going to be a shortage of doctors. i'm very concerned -- blah blah blah. what are your thoughts on that? >> a lot of scooping generalizations, considering it doesn't kick in it will 2014. it's like chris brown did you read the account of his community service hours, where somehow he went back in time -- >> stephanie: yeah. >> that's what it is like michelle malkin's time machine where she is predicting what has already happened. there is a medical device manufacturer tax and if we're going to find money to help subsidize affordable insurance in this country it has to come from somewhere, so why don't we
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tax the people who make medical devices. but i don't think there has been any stifling of research and development. it's an argument they made to try to avoid the tax. medicare is one of the leaders when it comes to innovating new procedures and technologies, and they are not having any problems. >> stephanie: you and i talked about the fare mongering, like for instance they have said insurance companies are raising their rates. and you said -- blame the culprit, the insurance companies. >> i don't understand why people are so hesitant to blame the people who are actually doing the bad act. if your employer is cutting back your hours because they don't want to give you access to affordable health care blame
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the employer. >> exactly. it's like papa john's pizza is going to be $0.14 more i have to fire people because of obamacare. blame the companies, because you are a douche. >> yeah the top five health insurance companies made more money they did the year before and the year before that. why are we feeling sorry for the wealthiest? and the people who are making record profits and paying incredible salaries d health insurance companies don't provide any actual health care. and as far as doctors are concerned, i don't know a lot of people who are deciding not to go to medical school because they don't think it is going to be a lucrative profession. >> stephanie: yeah. we are having jan schakowsky
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and she had bernie sanders introduced this bill that is basically making corporations pay their fair share. >> there is a novel idea. >> stephanie: of course the republicans will be against this, because they are go you are hurting businesses and -- but you are right. we're having all-time corporate profits, and this is what i mean, whether it's healthcare of whatever it is, they run the same play every time. >> right. the poor are getting poorer, and the rich are getting richer. it's much harder to survive in the middle class in this country, to be middle class in this country. so what we're doing is inflating the wealthiest, and arguing to make them wealthier. there is no shortage of doctors -- it has been for years and years and years, try to get into a primary care physician anyway. there is a waiting list now.
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>> stephanie: right. >> there's no teams in that. the insurance companies prohibit you from seeing people now. we're trying to fix the system and it hasn't gone into effect yet. >> stephanie: i want to get in michelle malkin's time machine and go back and fix a few things in my personal life is that possible? >> can i come with you? [ laughter ] >> stephanie: all right. jacki schechner thank you, honey. >> my pleasure. >> stephanie: see you at the top of the hour, bye! [ applause ] >> stephanie: cynthia in north carolina. hi cynthia. >> caller: hi, stephanie i love you and listen to you all the time. i keep hearing people make comparisons between abortion and gun control. abortion is a decision that one person makes that only effects them, whereas gun control affects many, many people without any consent whatsoever. it is so not the same, and for
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people to keep bringing that up is absurd. >> it only make sense if you believe zygotes are people too. >> i got a letter from an attorney, women have reproductive rights based on the constitutional right. but like the right to bear arms it is not absolute. >> stephanie: yeah, why it is okay to place that many restrictions on that right when -- like she said. they go crazy when you try to place any restriction on gun ownership. >> right. >> stephanie: and that's what i can never understand is how is that legal? it's talking about invasions of privacy. >> yeah. >> stephanie: okay. >> i have a feeling if that does go to the supreme court, that will be an invasion of privacy.
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>> stephanie: yeah sticking things up the hoo hah. that's the legal term. >> right. >> stephanie: hi, chris. >> caller: i'm sorry i am laughing over the hoo hah bit. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: i'm a first time caller -- >> stephanie: if i were arguing in front of the supreme court, i would say -- >> there is no chance i am going to roll around naked in creamed corn with a bunch of yahoos trying to stick corn bits up my hoo hah. >> caller: i was thinking i have been around guns pretty much my whole life and why anyone would want an ar-15 which is a rotten knockoff of the m-4 carbine, is beyond me -- >> stephanie: whatever you just said there. that was like latin to me.
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but okay. you are speaking gin. okay. >> caller: one thing i have to correct you on is you can own machine guns in america. you just have to pay the taxes and do all of the paperwork. i mean -- i just don't understand the need for it. but the big problem with the assault weapons ban is it doesn't work. i works to one extent but what happens is you have to work on the manufacturers, because what they do is you make a list of what constitutes an assault weapon, and then the manufacturer goes oh well it can't have a bayonet and then we'll just make the exact same gun and take that piece off. and the assault weapon ban in california is bypassed by a peace of plastic that mountains to the stock and the trigger
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guard. to make it look like a one-peace stock. >> stephanie: chris, just the fact that gun manufacturers have absolutely no legal responsibility at all -- they have complete immunity, even if they knowingly sell guns to somebody that they know is a straw purchaser. how is that -- what product in america has complete immunity -- >> cars. >> well not the pinto. >> caller: well, okay. [ laughter ] >> caller: but it's the same concept i can't sue ford for somebody having a drunk driving incident. but i don't think it should be the manufacturer you need to hit for the straw purchaser, you need to hit the actual dealers because they are the ones that will be able to know whether or not somebody is buying 47 -- whatever. >> stephanie: right. the bad actors. chris thank you for joining us
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here on gun talk. >> caller: thank you. i love your show. you are one my liberal outlet here in kentucky. >> stephanie: oh, boy. quick close the drapes. thank you chris. whatever he said was like charlie brown's teacher, wa wa wa, wa wa -- because everybody can agree that other thing was a garbage gun any way -- >> whatever! >> geez. like having a [ inaudible ]. >> stephanie: the point is liberals no nothing about guns -- well this one doesn't. and i don't want to. la, la, la la. right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: red, white and steph. it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ (vo) this afternoon, current tv is the place for
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i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us. ♪
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♪ going to going to get up to get down ♪ ♪ [ inaudible ] -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ to see if i can get some attention, stop ♪ >> stephanie: uh-huh. it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome to it. fifty minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. richard in illinois, you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, richard. >> caller: i think a better compare to leave the abortion and gun control thing separate.
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>> stephanie: but they are both legal was her point. >> caller: yeah, but people are trying to use registration and things like that to make gun ownership so difficult to purchase -- >> stephanie: richard there are 300 million guns in america is it that onerous to get a gun -- >> caller: let's get back to the point. >> answer her question. >> stephanie: where would you find one? oh, there's one. >> caller: if a person wants to be promiscuous, they should have to go to a medical doctor and have psychological evaluations -- >> stephanie: people get pregnant by accident all the time that weren't promiscuous. >> caller: i'm talking about people who are engaged in behaviors that can be risky like owning a gun. a gun is designed to kill either
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an animal or a person -- >> stephanie: a doctor can't have the right to say you are a shut -- >> caller: i definitely need a little education -- >> stephanie: a doctor should be able to ask are you promiscuous before he gives a woman a legal medical procedure, but you are not allowed to ask a person if they are crazy before they buy a gun -- >> caller: i'm agreeing with many of the perspectives that democrats have on gun ownership -- >> the nra should agree on those too. >> caller: i am a member and i have written to the nra and told them i agree -- >> stephanie: it's a perfectly legitimate comparison.
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someone said why it is so right to so restrict this right, and the gun lobbyist are going for virtually no restriction -- >> caller: no, they need to grow up -- >> stephanie: i need to grow up -- >> caller: i'm not attacking you in any way. >> stephanie: yes, you are. >> caller: abortion is designed 100% to end a life -- >> stephanie: right and what is the point of guns? >> caller: i said i don't want to talk about it -- >> to end a life. >> stephanie: i don't want to talk about it? well, fine. >> so if a doctor is allowed to
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ask you how many people are you sleeping with then they should be able to ask a gun owner how many people have you shot? >> right, or how many people are you thinking about shooting with this particular weapon. >> stephanie: oh boy. joe in chicago. hi, joe. >> caller: how are you doing? >> stephanie: good. >> caller: i'm calling because i completely believe that the assault weapon ban is -- it's a joke. the high capacity magazine ban is a joke. i don't understand why they keep fighting over a cosmetic issue with a gun that isn't going to change anything. >> it's not cosmetic. if you have a large clip you can keep firing and firing and firing if you have a ten round clip somebody can tackle you before you kill another ten people. >> caller: first of all -- first of all you can tackle somebody while they are shooting and --
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>> stephanie: they can shoot you -- [ laughter ] >> caller: let me finish. that's what i do every single day as a police officer. >> but most people don't have that training. >> caller: let me finish. a magazine exchange if you are proficient at it, you can do it easily in under two seconds. secondly a gun doesn't have to be empty and can still fire and you can do a magazine exchange. so i can have a bullet in my gun, and do what is called a tactical reload -- >> stephanie: you are a cop. most people don't have -- [overlapping speakers] >> caller: you don't have to be a cop to do that. anybody can do that. and limiting the number of rounding -- >> stephanie: you don't want to just make it a little bit harder for someone to, you know, be able to shoot i don't know 45
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people in nine seconds. >> i don't think a cop would be against regulation. >> stephanie: i don't either. jim so you sense some malfeasance. >> yeah sure i work for the flameherman -- >> stephanie: it's like, when they say hi stephanie, i'm an independent and i listen to both sides, and i just happened to stumble across your show. >> on your facebook page someone said i'm a liberal democrat who owns a gun, and i will vote for anyone who votes against control of guns -- >> stephanie: uh-huh. >> i'm a baby killer -- oops.
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oh, i wasn't supposed to say that. >> stephanie: go on with a lamb and skidaddel. >> stephanie: yeah i'm a cop who think there isn't enough -- we need bigger magazines. hello ron. >> caller: hey, stephanie. i'm glad i got on your show and one thing i wanted to talk about is first of all i am a gun owner -- i'm also an assault weapon gun owner -- [♪ mysterious music ♪] >> caller: here comes the tone. >> stephanie: but i wanted to talk about the things that i have in common with yourself and some legislation that i think would be good. >> stephanie: okay. >> caller: one of them is the private transfer in state -- and i have got to be specific -- in state between one person and another. the reason why is i have done an
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out of state transfer with my dad, and this was in illinois and to do that, you have to go through a dealer take the gun, send it to a dealer my dad had to go and do the background check before he could get the gun. and that's just state to state. in state you can just give the person the gun. >> stephanie: yeah, that's the right that is the bad idea. right back on the "stephanie miller show."
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[♪ theme music ♪] >> stephanie: hello, hour number 2.
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oh, chris, somebody else is -- jacki we have someone else -- he -- hello a four star general. >> yes, as a 12-star general i too am against gun control. i can also fly and i know big foot personally. >> stephanie: and i am against gun control of any kind. >> i it's l likike e when s somomeoeone w wriritetes a a tete letter in all caps. they are immediately discarded. on the grounds that they are unable to hit a button. >> or maybe they are talking very loudly! >> stephanie: if you don't know how to get it off all caps you should not have your finger near a trigger. >> it would be interesting to see who is coordinating all of the [♪ dramatic music ♪] >> good morning, everybody.
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the ap reports that a group of four senator, two nra members and two who get an f from the nra are working together on a bipartisan deal that would expand background checks for all gun sales. 90% of americans are in support of background checks but the nra said it will refuse to support any changes to current law. right now federally licensed gun dealers have to run background checks, but sales from gun shows or other private transactions are exempt. joe schumer and joe mansion who does belong to the nra, and other republicans the hope is that meaningful legislation with bipartisan support will help bring around some republicans who would otherwise not want to support legislation that puts any new gun control in place.
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just how many people do belong to the national rifle association? wayne lapierre testified last month that his organization represents some 4.5 million americans. the "washington post" fact checker took a look at that claim and give it one pinocchio. it took a look at the membership through how many people receive the magazine through subscription numbers, because people get free magazines from the nra, and the number is closer to 3.1 million, a very small percentage of the 70 million americans who say they own a gun. we're back after the break.
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[♪ theme music ♪] >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's the "stephanie miller show"! ♪ i'm walking on sunshine woe
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ho ♪ ♪ i'm walking on sunshine woe ho ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ ♪ hey all right now ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ >> stephanie: it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome to it. it is amazing how many 12-star generals there are out there that are against any gun control of any kind. hello, stephanie i just strumabled upon your show. wow. >> i listen to both sides of the argument. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: okay. some people think we should have drones and tanks, some people don't. >> speaking as representative as doctors for cancer. i -- what? >> stephanie: speaking as the
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head of firemen for pyromaniacs. back in the real world a new quinnipiac poll found 92% -- that's 90% almost. >> stephanie: more than 90%. >> stephanie: what? support the checks. including all of them that called this morning. the screening process is not very exhaustive here. you say what now? you are a 45-star general. yes, we talked to a cop, who was the president of cop for cop killers. >> as a navy general -- what? dammit. >> stephanie: 56% also support a ban on weapons.
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>> travis just typed you up a message. >> stephanie: i pay him for loosesy goosy. remember when jim used to screen? hi, okay. hold on. >> how are you? >> oh, dick in dayton, how we miss ye. >> stephanie: hi, jim, good morning, how are you wow this is humor from eight and a half years ago. >> yeah, early days in the show. >> stephanie: tommy in columbus -- >> speaking of columbus. >> stephanie: right? we were talking about the drone stuff yesterday. steph a team of american and iraqi [ inaudible ] estimates that 655,000 more people have died in iraq since coalition forces have arrived in march 2003 than would have died if the invasion had not
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occurred. the deaths are in the millions and people are still dieing to this day because of our invasion into iraq saadam was a no good piece of [ censor bleep ], but he used to have al-qaeda supporters shot on sight. one of my best friend's son is in afghanistan right now, and if a drone strike helps to keep him safe, then go ahead and launch them drones. [ applause ] >> stephanie: that's tommy. again, i understand the concern, the other side of it like he says it is not a black or white thing. first let's dive into the right-wing world. why not? [♪ circus music ♪] >> stephanie: okey-dokeyy then. shawn hannahanty. we have a gunman on the loose --
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>> it turns out that the gunman christopher dorner is a vocal supporter of some develop democrats, but he vehement antly opposes the nra but don't expect hear much about this on liberal news outlets, because it turns out dorner is a big huge fan of those networks. if he read a book by sean hannity or ann coulter this would be big news. >> he also mentioned he is a fan of the morning and afternoon radio host at the rush limbaugh radio station next doors. >> stephanie: oh heavens. fortunate no right-wing lunatics have ever done anything violent of any kind. >> right.
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>> stephanie: karl rove on o'reilly. >> this is about being a bad candidate. marco rubio is a strong conservative candidate -- >> i think he is a moderate republican. >> rand paul -- [ overlapping speakers ] >> look, we gave more money -- spent more money on behalf of these tea party candidates than any other group in america. and the groups criticizing us saying they are fake conservatives. i repeat we spent $30 million for tea party senate candidates. there is no group that comes close to what cross roads has done in terms of financial support for tea party candidates. >> you are the one being defensive shut up. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: oh, no, i hate stories like this. civil war they are calling it. brewing republican civil war between establishment types like
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karl rove and tea party activists. many tea partiers are wildly lashing back. citizens united president david bossy said the civil war has begun. yes, fight! fight! fight! [ applause ] >> stephanie: tea party groups -- i love this part -- and by the way, jim this is a spectacular idea -- tea party groups threatening to even back third-party candidates. yes! yes! [ applause ] >> go be free. >> stephanie: don't be rihanna, fight back. yes! go third-party all the way. if a tea party-backed group loses, they might support third-party candidates. [ applause ] >> do it! >> stephanie: more democracy the better. [ giggling ] >> stephanie: tea-and then a he. glen stanton from focus on the
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family. >> this is a -- a really pernicious lie of satan that the gender part of humanity doesn't matter, because the gender part of humanity is denying the distinctive part of males and females. and we need to understand that as christians. the other is kids don't really need a mom and a dad. they just need any configuration of loving adults who care for them. in fact think about this -- we all know about what hate speech is. the fact of saying a child needs a mother and a father will be deemed hate speech because that is a statement against the same-sex marriage and parenting. >> yes. it's all so clear to me now, state tan -- uh -- >> stephanie: i'm not going to
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say i'm gay anymore, i'm going to say i'm a pernicious lie of satan. [ bell chimes ] >> stephanie: okay. glen beck -- the blaze >> on the blaze. >> stephanie: right. >> i know it sounds crazy, but i was pretty convinced that president obama was a marksist i was convinced that the arab spring would end badly, i was convinced that the mortgage and the banking system would begin to collapse and eventually collapse. i'm convinced of all of those things. >> stephanie: hum. and that's why i'm building a big right-wing wally world. hurry get your time share now. >> six brain cells over texas. >> stephanie: okay. that's a good one. >> bingo. >> stephanie: nicely done sir.
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[ applause ] >> stephanie: again with michelle malkin. >> we have chris rock deemed obama as his father sandra fluke treating obama and her boyfriend, and jamie foxx who said obama is our lord and savior. these people need group therapy. >> stephanie: that's exactly what he said that president obama was her boyfriend. yeah. all right. [ applause ] >> stephanie: that was i am a slut and the president -- >> is not my boyfriend! >> stephanie: all right. >> we got an email. it says 4e8 low ms. miller my name is brentwood flint, i am a five-star general, [ inaudible ] i am very much opposed to any
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gun control whatsoever. i am also a liberal democrat. once you understand the issues you too will encourage gun ownership of every kind. [ applause ] >> stephanie: we have the smartest listeners in the world. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: okay. kathy in arizona you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, kathy. kathy? >> caller: oh, hello. >> stephanie: oh, hi. >> caller: kathy in arizona? >> stephanie: yes, you are. >> caller: steph, i love you and your show. i took my daughters to see you in columbus. you flashed me. >> stephanie: oh, well. okay. classy with a k. >> caller: i think if anyone has testosterone level they -- has a
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high test test tone level they can't have a gun. >> stephanie: i like that. >> caller: the lower your t the bigger gun you can have the higher your t the smaller gun you can have. >> stephanie: you are so smart i'll going to give you a $50 sherry's berry's card. go to berries.com, click on the mic- mic-hi fan stephanie. right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: if your radio sounds funny, don't touch that dial. it's the "stephanie miller show."
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>> she gets the comedians laughing... >> that's hilarious! >> ...and the thinkers thinking. >> okay, so there's wiggle-room in the ten commandments is what you're telling me. >> she's joy behar. >> and current will let me say anything. >> only on current tv. ♪
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>> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ take a little piece of my heart now baby ♪ >> stephanie: it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome it to. twenty-two minutes after the hour. representative jan schakowsky coming up at the top of the hour. and sexy liberal john fugelsang. rocky mountain mike has declared this right-wing troll boy day. >> uh-huh. >> stephanie: all right. ♪ ♪ i have been listening to your show ♪ ♪ since i first sat on my remote ♪ ♪ i'm a small business owner who likes to listen to both sides ♪
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>> stephanie: right. ♪ i have got some lame half-baked opinions like obama is a kenyan ♪ ♪ and a list of fox news talking points to get through ♪ ♪ like a right-wing troll boy ♪ >> stephanie: yep. ♪ talking out my ass about subjects i don't even know ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ and hogging up all of your phones ♪ >> this morning, absolutely. >> stephanie: yep. ♪ like a right-wing troll boy ♪ ♪ hogging up theary ways of cnn radio ♪ >> stephanie: yay. we need some right-wing colon blow. >> we do. >> stephanie: sam in new york
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you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> caller: hey, how are you doing? i got to say i'm just discovering your show. and i'm sorry for being so late but you guys are absolutely great. >> stephanie: oh, thank you. normally this doesn't go well for me. normally i'm an acquired taste, but thank you. >> caller: but since obama was last elected i think the republicans stopped taking their meds and they are just going full-out crazy. >> stephanie: it is obama derangement syndrome absolutely. >> caller: and it's sad because at this point in our country, i think young people are starting to understand the political forces, and they are seeing such a bad side of it and they have got such a bad taste in our mouth because of that. >> stephanie: they are in such disarray, because they created this cartoon of the president that normal sane people just don't believe. you know? >> caller: it's troou. it's absolutely true. but i done -- i hope it doesn't
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damage the future for young people. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: i hope young people still see this country as a great country. i served in the military for 15 years. i loved it. i don't want anybody to pee on my leg and tell me it is raining ever again. >> stephanie: that's right. since you are a soldier, and i am a liberal hippy. i would like to give you a $50 pro flowers gift certificate. >> caller: oh, thank you. although i was a sailor and basically held a mop for 15 years. >> stephanie: oh, that's okay. >> you didn't have to say that. >> stephanie: i gave him flurs for being a new listener.
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amy in columbus you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, amy. >> caller: hi, how are you? >> stephanie: good go ahead. >> caller: all of the people who have called against gun control in the beginning act like the only reason women have abortions is because she is a slut but to talk about what they have to go through, it's maddening. and maybe if they want less abortions, maybe they should keep funding planned parenthood so they can give birth control and provide sex education in the first place. >> stephanie: exactly. that's the box they put women in. we don't want you to have birth control, but oh, you are got pregnant. you are a slut. >> caller: yeah, and you should
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have to wait 72 hours before you get a gun, because then you have to be sure if you want to kill someone. >> stephanie: yes. it's the drink filter. >> i'm angry! i don't remember who i wanted to kill. >> stephanie: think how many lives were saved in the day of muskets, by the time you were are like you are -- oh forget it go away. >> it's not worth the trouble. >> that was old timemy times version. version. >> and even if you did get it loaded you were unlikely to hit anything with it. and it wasn't good for fuselage when they had a bunch of guys shooting simultaneously.
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>> stephanie: that's right. osh you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> caller: good morning. thanks so much for taking my call. >> stephanie: you're welcome. >> caller: i am calling because i am so tired of these violence fantasy addicted fanatics controlling the decisions about guns. i am a former marine and former cop, i voted for several republicans over the years, but once the neo-con took over that party, all of the ideas got tossed out and i now consider myself a progressive. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: i'm calling because of this -- i guess troll, but perhaps former cop that was talking about wanting to allow high-cap magazines. and it sort of dove tails into
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this whole conversation about why we would allow things like high caps, why we would allow teachers to carry, or anyone in a school to carry, it doesn't make any technical sense, right? so we know when a magazine is changed in the case of someone who is very proficient it can happen in a couple of seconds. >> stephanie: right. twenty-nine minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show."
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♪ >> we're like -- >> announcer: stephanie miller.
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>> teenage bedroom, eight boys just waiting for it all to be over. >> stephanie: hi, john in california. hello. hi, john. >> caller: hello. i love your show. you are awesome. >> stephanie: thank you. thank you. >> caller: you are all kinds of awesome. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: maybe i'm missing the point but the debate seems to be primarily about what weapons we should haven't, and that's great. i think there's some weapons we should haven't. but ever since sandy hook we heard a little bit talked about early on, but we haven't heard -- what about crazy person control. >> stephanie: right. we need that too. >> caller: we have seem with serious problems but it seems as no one is talking about that >> stephanie: no we have. the president, everybody has said -- >> ptsd is a big factor for the
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soldiers coming back from afghanistan >> stephanie: for instance i do my part. if i dated you, you probably should haven't a gun. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> really? >> stephanie: yes. [ inaudible ] you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> caller: hi stephanie. i don't walk michelle malkin, i don't even know her, but i heard your thing about her. just wanted you to know, leave it to texas for the greedy bone heads to lead the way. i have a brother who lives in dallas, this is happening in the dallas-fort worth, houston area it's called concierge doctors. it's like a knee-jerk reaction just to prove a point. >> stephanie: exactly. michelle malkin's time machine as we said.
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>> yeah. >> stephanie: she is warning us of all of the horrors. >> say nothing of the fema death camps. >> exactly. >> stephanie: okay. so -- [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> who is secretary of the treasury! jack bening? >> stephanie: i think so think some of our callers are kind of a medium gun nut. s like for instance, aurora theater shooter victims harassed by conspiracy theorists. >> oh, my god. >> you made it up. i knew it. >> stephanie: some survivors of the mass shooting have been relentlessly harassed by conspiracy theorists who believe the shooting never happened. they have contacted victims in this case, and have even gone so
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far as to contact other members of the public and posted their residents online. some residents of newtown connecticut have also been harassed by conspiracy theorists there -- >> oh my god. >> stephanie: now you have been through that, and now you are going through this. >> wow. >> stephanie: okay. all right. so the john brennan hearings were yesterday. there was a bit of a hubbub. >> there was. >> stephanie: john brennan yesterday. >> i think there is a misimpression on the part of some american people who believe we take strikes to punish terrorists for past transgressions, nothing could be further from the truth. we only take such actions to save lives.
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we need to make sure that there is an understanding, and the people that were standing up here today, i think they really have a misunderstanding of what we do as a government, and the care that we take and the agony that we go through to make sure that we do not have any collateral injuries or deaths. >> stephanie: yeah okay. john den nan again. >> i clearly had the impression when i was quoted in 2007 that there was valuable intelligence that came out of her to interrogation sessions. i must tell you senator that reading this report from the committee raises serious questions about the information they was given at the time, and the impression i had at that time. now i have to determine what -- based on that information as well as what the cia says, what the truth is. >> stephanie: yeah, because at that time, dick cheney was on television every day saying water boarding worked. >> right. >> stephanie: and people who
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have read all of this intelligence say this is not true. they said this is a misimpression. so john brennan. >> i never believe it is better to kill a terrorist than to detain them. we want to illicit the intelligence from them. >> stephanie: somebody else was saying that it sounded like he was for killing instead of detaining. and he corrected this. this is the aforementioned code pink hubbub. >> john brennan [ inaudible ]! >> if i might ask -- >> [ inaudible ]! >> i'm going to ask that this room be cleared right now. will the capitol police please come in and clear the room. >> stephanie: that was senator
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feinstein. >> yeah. >> stephanie: huh? >> hum. >> stephanie: okay. >> it's just interesting, you know. >> stephanie: i had this debate, i was on governor granholm's last show -- [ applause ] >> stephanie: i can't breathe without her. she might be up for a cabinet post, though. i'll just keep calling her over and oversee if she'll take my call. >> no, she won't. >> stephanie: no but we had a really interesting discussion this is just not a black or whitish you. but she believed that the president is fighting a smarter tougher war on terror and george bush with one bomb took out several blocks in iraq bought he thought saadam might be there or whatever. and talk about a dumb war. mickey in south dakota you are on the "stephanie miller show."
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hi mickey. >> caller: yes. howdy everybody. first off i wish i could come see you guys in chicago. i can't financially afford it but -- >> stephanie: we have some $25 tickets on sale -- >> it's getting there from south dakota -- >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: but at least i get you on direct tv. >> stephanie: oh, yay. >> caller: these men -- and i mean all men no matter who the guy is -- they do not have a right to tell a woman who to do with their body. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: okay. a woman's body is their body. so how dare any man say that this woman cannot be an abortion especially his damn idiots who run this country and are put in politics. first up i have an older sister and a younger sister. my older sister got married got
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pregnant, the heavens opened up, and god gave her the best baby in the world. she never cried a bit. but think baby sister got knocked up at the age of 14. and at the age of 14 she was so undecided. so that child when it was born cried the first three years it's a life because she knew she was an unwanted baby. so anybody who gets raped and gets pregnant fact and they want to have an abortion how dare any man try to tell them how to run their bodies. no man on this planet is going to carry a baby for nine months first of all. >> stephanie: thank you, mickey i appreciate it.
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♪ let's hear it for the boy ♪ >> stephanie: you don't have to control my body unless i want you to. and then it's hot. [ ♪ patriotic music ♪ ] >> stephanie: this was a really good letter by judy. gun owners say you can't compare driving and insuring a car to gun ownership. i agree. in state after state my constitutional right to an abortion is being severely restricted. why can't we impose the same restrictions on gun ownership? there will only be one place you can guy a gun. when you choose to buy a gun, you have to walk past a gauntlet of gun protesters. then you have to fill out paperwork with detailed personal questions of your live. and then you have to wait 72 hours to decide if you want to buy the gun. number 4 you will be sent to an
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evaluation. number five when you return after 72 hours, you again have to walk past the gunt let of gun protesters, and you have will pub mitt to rules one through five every time you want to purchase a gun. [ applause ] >> stephanie: just saying. >> yeah. >> stephanie: forty-five minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: what other act of unmitigated evil shall the republican party undertake this week. >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show." >> jack, how old are you? >> nine. >> this is what 27 tons of marijuana looks like. (vo) with award winning documentaries that take you inside the headlines, way inside. (vo) from the underworld, to the world of privilege. >> everyone in michael jackson's life was out to use him. (vo) no one brings you more documentaries that are real, gripping, current.
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>> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ going to make me lose my mind up in here, up in here ♪ ♪ y'all going to make go all out, y'all going to make me act a fool up in here, up in here ♪ >> stephanie: uh-huh. it is the "stephanie miller show." up in here. >> up in where? >> stephanie: up in here. >> oh. >> stephanie: hello, larry. >> caller: hi stephanie, how are you? >> stephanie: i just talked to rolland sexy liberal tour director, and he said there is a run on milk and eggs and everything you need to make french toast. >> stephanie: right. what is happening. >> caller: we're up near syracuse, so we haven't hardly gotten anything yet. >> well you are used to it up
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there. >> caller: oh yeah nine months of winter, and three months of bad skiing. [ laughter ] >> caller: i was talking with your producer when i first called. i spent 25 years as a government attorney prosecuting among other things child abuse and neglect cases. and this thing with the abortion restrictions and especially this transvaginal probe just doesn't make any logical sense. and i have been thinking about it, these guys aren't conservatives or republicans, they are a bunch of perverts is what they are. >> stephanie: yeah, it's about controlling women and shaming them, right? >> caller: to a degree sure. but just to be able to write into a public document the
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worlds transvaginal gives them a thrill. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: and i would be willing to bet -- and this is a little radical, but i would be willing to bet that a good portion of them when they do that, visualize that procedure, and they are the withins holding the probe -- >> stephanie: yeah i think the minute we enact a bill that so get see alice you have to have a colon probe. >> caller: that's right. >> stephanie: you are absolutely right. have you had your transrectal invasion yet? okay. i'll check the box. [ laughter ] [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: the post sandy
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[ inaudible ] invasion said wouldn't happen has begun. remember there was a snow storm the year i was there, and then they stopped garbage collection and the rats came and then the crows started eating the dead rats, and i'm like i got to get out of here. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: gawkers said the rats -- [ inaudible ] the experts were wrong. the rat invasion of new york city has begun. driven from shorelines the rodents came inwards in droves. >> wow. [ applause ] >> stephanie: and another storm on the way, and everybody is like, oh let's make french toast! [ applause ] >> stephanie: oh, the benghazi
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hearings are still going on? >> oh, yeah. >> you can't just willie nilly send f16s there and blow the hell out of the place without knowing what is taking place. >> well, we did that in iraq. >> stephanie: right. >> lieutenant colonel ralph peters looking at you. >> stephanie: and secretary clinton having to answer ridiculous fox lies. i loved that look on her face. there was no -- no there was no video feed -- >> hillary clinton: turkey? >> stephanie: all right. senator graham. >> did you ever call him and say mr. president it doesn't like we have anything to get there any time soon. >> the event was over before we would move -- >> it lasted almost eight hours. >> stephanie: i declare i will be on the fainting couch with a
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mint julep until i get an answer. >> i will not be ignored. >> stephanie: senator graham again. >> caller: if the president shows any curiosity about how is this going? what kind of assets do you have helping these people? did he ever make that phone call? >> stephanie: he said as he slammed down his 1947 telephone. what? it's a tiny one. [ [ bell chimes ] >> stephanie: you can only do so many things. jennifer -- jennifer? general? dempsey. >> caller: they had me call the embassy to see if they wanted me to extent the special security team there, and was told no. >> stephanie: what? first of all the republicans are the ones that -- they said no to funding for extra security.
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>> exactly. >> stephanie: senator [ inaudible ]. >> your responses, general dempsey are very inadequate and in my opinion the same kind of inadequacy for the security that you provided at that consulate. [ phone bell chimes ] >> stephanie: everyone the president nominates are troubling. >> i'm troubled but i haven't found anything troubling about you yet but i'll find something. >> stephanie: corky in rochester, new york. hello, corky. >> caller: hello, stephanie. >> stephanie: hi. >> caller: there's a guy here that i'm sure you know. he had a 15 year old kid call in to his radio show and defend the right to own magazines and assault weapons, and i thought oh, my god what is this kid hearing at his dinner table? he is 15 years old. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: it's affecting the
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children, these guys. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: why don't they just shut the hell up? >> stephanie: okay. all right. mary in missouri. >> caller: i have to get in on this on abortion. i'm so tired of these comparisons, and they say abortion is taking a life. that's their opinion. i'm an atheist. i don't feel for me it's taking a life at that stage that you get abortions. you are not. it's not fair for them to try and tell me i have to go get an invasive procedure if i choose to have an abortion not because i have been promiscuous but because it happened. >> stephanie: right. married couples get pregnant that don't want a child. obviously there's a host of reasons. that's why that kind of moreizing doesn't belong in the
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debate. >> you are right. you would have to be a little more detailed. a zygot is not the same thing as a third-trimester fetus. >> stephanie: yeah a zygot can have a mortgage according to the personhood amendment. >> that's right. >> stephanie: let's go to dennis. >> caller: good morning. >> stephanie: good morning. >> caller: i'm an nra member and i'm a veteran, and the nra leadership does not speak for us. they just want our money. but they are full of propaganda and i think they are paranoid and they need mental health. >> stephanie: yes. >> caller: and as far as i'm concerned people don't need a gun for anything.
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>> stephanie: yeah well when wayne lapierre talks about mental health, he knows what he is talking about. [ cuckoo clock chimes ] >> video games kill people. not guns. >> stephanie: by the way the nra has a new video game. [♪ magic wand ♪] >> stephanie: check out our new app. fifty-eight minutes after the hour. right back with representative jan schakowsky, and john fugelsang on the "stephanie miller show."
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[♪ theme music ♪] >> stephanie: hello hour number 3 tv world. we have representative jan
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schakowsky coming up and john fugelsang. it was holiday valley bridge where i went skiing. how was skiing in miami? >> it was fabulous. >> stephanie: i picture you as one of those old-time water skiers. >> oh, with the bathing cap. no, i didn't even see snow until i was 15 years old. >> stephanie:' that is so cute. you are such a precious little beach bunny. >> i am at heart. >> stephanie: did you go water skiing? >> i did not. >> stephanie: jim wanted a picture for his screen saver. >> don't have one. >> stephanie: all right. here is jacki schechner. >> happy friday everyone. the u.s. postal service lost $1.2 billion in the last three
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months of last year but compare that to the $3.3 billion it lost in the same time frame the year before. it wants to stop saturday letter delivery starting august 1st, a move it says will save it $2 billion a year. so why is the postal service hemorrhaging money? in one word, congress. in 2006 a congressional mandate requires that the postal service prefund healthcare benefits for future retirees. it hit its $15 billion debt limit last september and isn't allowed to borrow anymore. karl rove is warning ashley judd that when it comes to political attack ads there is more where the first one came from. they attacked the actress as a
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radical hollywood elite. rove tells fox the opening act is just that a starter, and all together the spot ran him less than $13,000 to create and post online. last year's the political organizations affiliated with rove spent an estimated $105 billion in total on ads, and advocacy. we'll have more show coming up after the break. stay with us.
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[♪ theme music ♪] >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's the "stephanie miller show"! ♪ i'm walking on sunshine, woe
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ho ♪ ♪ i'm walking on sunshine woe ho ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ ♪ hey all right now ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ >> stephanie: yes, it is. happy friday. six minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. we were talking about senator sanders and representative jan schakowsky's bill earlier, now look who is here. >> what? >> stephanie: good morning representative jan schakowsky? >> good morning, stephanie. >> stephanie: you are just my favorite. a lot of times you present a bill, and people think well that just seems like such common sense. >> i know. that's why it is going to be so hard to pass in the house of representativetives. yeah. >> stephanie: yeah, like your public option reduction act. >> right. >> stephanie: what a great idea.
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everyone is for it right? >> everyone out there is for it especially when you pose taxing corporations against cutting social security and medicare. this is a slam dunk. and so we want to -- you know, say we can raise $590 billion from -- from corporations that are mostly outsourcing jobs or putting their corporate headquarters in the cayman islands, and it's there. >> stephanie: it's called the corporate tax fairness act to stop corporations from sheltering income in the cayman islands and shipping jobs overseas overseas. what is not to love about this bill? >> there is one office building
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in the cayman islands that have 18,000 corporations that are registered there. there is a lawful that serves as a registered office for 18,757 entities, and so they don't have to pay the same taxes as they would pay if they were actually located in the united states of america if their headquarters were there so one of the things that our bill says is that they would absolutely have to pay some taxes. >> stephanie: and it would take away incentives obviously for corporations to move the jobs overseas, or shift profits offshores, because the u.s. would tax their profits no matter where they are generated, right? >> that's right. right now if they are generated overseas they are called deferred. basically it means unless they
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bring those profits home then they don't have to pay taxes on it. it would end that sort of deferred tax payment. if their management and control operations are primarily located in the united states -- so instead of corporations paying next to no taxes, which many have done, that is zero taxes, we would be able to collect more from these corporations. >> stephanie: and as you say it raises more than $590 billion in revenue over the next decade. it will increase investment employment, and wages in the united states, and as senator sanders says corporate profits are at all time high but we'll hear the same thing from the republicans, right you are going to hurt these companies. this seems to just again make so
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much practical sense. what are you going to hear on the floor? >> one of the things they are going to say is actually corporate taxes in the united states of america are higher than in most other places. and that is true on paper, except that in fact the average that they actuallily pay is about 12%, and of the 83 of the fortune 100 companies in the united states use these off-shore tax havens to lower their tax rate and it's just -- it's completely unfair and so we're going to get the money that is really owed. look, these are not tax breaks that are offered to ordinary americans. i know very few who actually have stashed their money in a post office box -- >> stephanie: i don't even know where the cayman islands are. >> oh, yeah. and they do it in bermuda too.
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>> stephanie: right. but you got to go through the triangle to get there. >> that's true. >> stephanie: but it's loopholes, that's all you are talking about, right? >> that's right. the republicans would seem absolutely come -- comfortable saying all of these old folks -- by the way the average social security benefit for women are about 13,000 a year. these are the people that the republicans are comfortable going after, but you are right will squeal when we talk about the corporate tax fairness act. the american people are with us. i'm relying on the good sense of the american people more and more these days to really frighten the congress that if they do things like go after veterans benefits or -- or social security benefits they are going to pay at the poles and i think that's going to
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happen. >> stephanie: were you at this retreat yesterday, that the president spoke at -- >> i ran it. >> stephanie: oh okay. >> so cool. >> not only do we have the vice president, then the president, the former president, bill clinton, but steven colbert just left. >> stephanie: owe. >> yeah. >> stephanie: the president said it won't be smooth there will be frustrations, but he said if you keep focused i expect nancy pelosi will be speaker again pretty soon. echoing what you just said the american people are largely with us on all of these issues, and we have got to go for it. >> the republican congress right now is less popular than head lice. it's true. there was a poll head lice
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colonoscopies, root canals -- still more popular than -- oh gosh what is that -- std -- >> stephanie: chlamydia? >> no. >> stephanie: not the one okay. >> anyway they are at risk and even they are saying and worried about it that if they really botch this -- all of these fiscal debates that they are going to be in trouble in 2014. well, they are doing a really good job at botching these by targeting absolutely the wrong people in our world, and everybody i think is catching on, and so we'll see, although eric canter -- i don't know if you saw. he gave a speech that sounded really similar to the president's inaugural address. hit all of the points. they are trying to remake themselves.
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so we'll see. >> stephanie: yeah, i hear the president said to you guys yesterday, that he has heard the republicans aren't interested in a temporary delay unless the argument includes additional spending cuts. he said i have to tell you that's an argument they want to have before the court of public opinion, it's an argument i'm more than willing to engage in. >> and that's where we are going to take it. the president also said that he is going to take that argument also on behalf of democrats that are running for congress. he is going to be campaigning for us, which is very exciting. and we have a very systematic plan on targeting of -- where these people are on the wrong side not only of history, but i believe the wrong side of even those in their district. if they think the conservatives
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or tea partiers are for dez mating veteran's benefits medicare, social security they are not. >> stephanie: that's right. i'm enjoying the fight between the republican establishment and the tea party, aren't you? >> i think it's great. i think it's great. it's wonderful. >> stephanie: i told them not to fight. they are all losers. representative we found that statistic. republican congress less popular that a chlamydia infected cockroach that gets stuck in your hair. >> all right. that's it. >> stephanie: thank you representative. >> thank you steph. >> stephanie: i love her. [ applause ] >> stephanie: i hate when that happens. because they let you see -- you can see the camera during a
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colonoscopy. and you are like doctor is that a -- >> in your colon? what? >> stephanie: hey, everybody it is friday. >> yeah, you get to follow that john. >> how do i follow that. a chlamydia infested cockroach during a colonoscopy. good morning guys. >> stephanie: john fugelsang i don't think if you heard the box office has exploded since our sexy liberal tickets went on sale. >> hey, chicago you say twice isn't enough stephanie miller sexy liberal comedy tour is making a return visit to the chicago theater on april 13th. witness john fugelsang, hal sparks, and catholic girl gone
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wild, stephanie miller as they reunite for another night of inspired comedy. >> we are on a mission from god. >> come see the tour that sparked a number 1 album, and its own documentary. it's more fun than a bag of vipers. that's the sexy liberal comedy tour on april 13th at the chicago theater. ♪ sweet home chicago ♪ [ applause ] >> stephanie: whoo! all right. john fugelsang? >> it's going to be a fun night. >> stephanie: right. >> yeah. >> i enjoyed your dick cavit interview. >> oh thanks. >> i did an show with him. >> oh, wow.
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it's always amazing to shake hands with somebody who shook hands with groucho. >> i got him to tweet once and he hads like 6,000 followers just for one tweet and he has never done it again. i'm going to try to get him to be on a panel for "viewpoint." >> stephanie: wow. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: representative jan schakowsky are you back? >> i forgot to tell you something. >> stephanie: oh, my god. [ laughter ] >> steven colbert was telling us that his sister is running for congress as a democrat in south carolina, and john lewis and james clieburn are working on an endorsement today. we'll see if that comes through.
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>> oh, cool. >> stephanie: that's awesome. >> yeah. >> stephanie: i saw a funny thing that he couldn't support her as his fictional character. >> yes. but he gave john lewis a great big hug when he said they were going to come up with an endorsement. >> stephanie: oh that's awesome. >> john lewis of the united mine worker's union. >> stephanie: no. >> her name is elizabeth colbert bush, and what is amazing about this is that if she gets this she is going to run against mark sanford. >> stephanie: oh that's hilarious. i'm guessing that will be featured at chicago's sexy liberal show. nineteen minutes after the hour right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: the station where the hand basket to hell leaves
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>> she gets the comedians laughing... >> that's hilarious! >> ...and the thinkers thinking. >> okay, so there's wiggle-room in the ten commandments is what you're telling me. >> she's joy behar. >> and current will let me say anything. >> only on current tv.
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♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ all fired up ♪ ♪ all fired up ♪ ♪ all fired up ♪ ♪ all fired up fired up fired up ♪ >> stephanie: it is the "stephanie miller show." twenty-four minutes after the hour. chris in oakland writes e-gads it has begun, the rat carcasses by large birds and all it is going to take is have one of those dead rat infected birds to
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bite someone and that will be the beginning of the zombie apocalypse. >> we have to arm the rats come on. >> stephanie: how is new york john fugelsang? >> new york is disgusting. this morning when i woke up to a screeching baby at oh-god oh clock. [ baby crying ] >> yeah, it's delightful. and he is almost 11 months old. you know how much he weighs? 161 pounds! >> stephanie: wow. >> these babies will abuse you, and poke you, and slap you and we take it. babies are chris brown. they wake me up.
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no snow it's very nice outside. and then suddenly it starts pouring, and it's like charlie sheen's dressing room it is everywhere, and then it all turns to rain and slush. it is so cold and disgusting in new york right now. it is supposed to be like two feet by the end of the day. >> stephanie: awesome and screaming infants. how is the lovely mrs. fugelsang's vaginal rejuvenation going? >> she had a c-section, steph. >> stephanie: oh. okay. don't give me that look.
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sarah, you are on with john fugelsang. >> caller: hi, steph. i want to talk about this gun-control thing. >> please. >> stephanie: please. >> caller: i live in tennessee and i swear i'm thinking about moving, because the state legislature here is trying to push a law to allow guns no matter if the businesses say no guns allow at schools elementary schools, churches any kind of business and the governor -- the only thing he has said here -- you know -- to -- about it is that -- well i'll have to look into it. i don't really think that we need guns at schools. and his daughter is a teacher! >> uh-huh. >> stephanie: yeah. >> wow. >> if we could get a time machine, we would get wayne lapierre from the '90s to be opposed to that. >> stephanie: yeah, we should all have drones. >> you want to talk about the
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john brennan hearings today? i would love to. >> stephanie: yes. >> the arkansas senate voted last week to allow guns into churches, and i thought good someone is looking out for the alter boys. but, no. >> stephanie: they can treat the communion hosts like clay pigeons. >> once you get away from that whole faith thing it's a pretty good idea. >> jesus should have been the prince of packing a piece. [ gunfire ] >> stephanie: jay, in illinois you are on with john. hey, jay. go ahead, 30 seconds. >> caller: yes, in illinois the guy on there earlier, in illinois we have to go through extensive background checks to be lawful gun owners. you have to have what they call a [ inaudible ] card which is issued by the state police and
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then you have to go to the gun shop and fill out the atf paperwork, and then you have to wait 24 hours. >> but not in indiana. >> stephanie: that's right. back with more fridays with john fugelsang on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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>> announcer: stephanie miller. [ scooby-doo's "huh?" ] >> stephanie: it is the "stephanie miller show" thirty-four minutes after the hour. pattive writes steph and the mooks do you know what is sweeter than the sound of a child's laughter silence by not having any children. i am child free by choice. [ applause ] >> yeah, they are terrible but i'm also codependant so i'm stuck with it. from kevin in chicago. be the first to take out a zygot mortgage. receive our first transvaginal ink dispenser.
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>> i'm pretty tired. i think i'll go home now. >> oh fred thompson you hack. >> stephanie: john fugelsang president of parents against infants -- we have your friend tina dupuy on here who is the head of -- it's kind of a niche group, people who don't want to be shot. but we with tell we're getting the right-wing trolls. hello, i'm a 17,000-star brigadier general who is against gun control of any kind. [♪ mysterious music ♪] >> you should go on the internet they are evil. >> and they all seem to have an egg for avatar. >> yes they do. and they have haste illy put up
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profiles. this guide todd [ inaudible ]. >> stephanie: yeah, the super bowl tweets. >> he does it for attention, so you just have to block him and ignore him. and often [ inaudible ] sound pictures he was sending of his -- his -- member. and one of those great patriots and i think men who do that don't deserve to have a camera or email or penis. but it turns out his best work is behind him. [♪ circus music ♪] >> stephanie: there you go! john fugelsang marco rubio will be giving the response to the state of the union. the media idolization has
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reached genius. the republican savior. here are some fun facts. [♪ fun-facts music ♪] >> yes. let's hear it. last year it was mitch daniels. >> mitch who? >> stephanie: he works in a tree. >> oh, he makes those yummy cookies. >> yeah, he was going to save the gop last year. >> stephanie: yes, that little guy. [♪ fun-facts music ♪] >> stephanie: so number 1 refused to raise the debt ceiling, cosponsored and voted for the balance the budget amendment, if the amendment were in place during the last unemployment crisis, unemployment would have doubled, number 5 doesn't believe in climate change, he voted against the motion to debate the violence of women act. believes employers should be
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able to deny birth control to their employees. and urging americans to deny equal rights, and wouldn't say whether same-sex couples should receive production under the immigration law. >> oh there's more than that. would you indulge me? >> stephanie: yes, please. >> he tweeted yesterday there is only one savior and then he felt the need to hashtag jesus. >> stephanie: oh, thank you. >> and he revealed his list of favorite songs. paul ryan said he had rage against the machine as one of his favorite bands. >> stephanie: and the machine was like hey you are what we are raging against.
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>> he had cold play and even the tupac song changes, but he said one of his favorite tunes was click by kanye. it's a great song but the lyrics actually say ain't nobody fresher man my mother click click click, my crew deeper than wu tang and then calls out george tenant. so that's his favorite song. >> this is it. >> don't play it. you will get in trouble if you play that song. >> these are all radio friendly songs on the commuter -- >> i'm just looking out for you guys. >> stephanie: unless it were a
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trap. [♪ dramatic music ♪] [ laughter ] >> stephanie: all right. by the way -- [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: how cool is this. paul mccartney after serenading a tram with his classic hits he began belting out hard day's night as he travelled in a streetcar, he was initially taken for a look alike. bun louisiana resident said everyone was just ignoring him really, he started to sing directly to my friend evelyn and she was quite uncomfortable at first, and then we realized it was sir paul mccartney, and we were just in shock. [ applause ] >> yeah, he is a very very very cool person. i had the great pleasure to work with paul a couple of times in london and new york, and that's the most shocking thing about him is how real he is. he is really real. >> stephanie: you can forgive them for thinking it was
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probably a crazy hobo on the train. oh, my god! it's you. okay. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: other celebrity news simon cowell, to launch a new cooking show. >> another great. >> stephanie: yeah, he wants to broadcast a competition reality food show, so find the best home cooked meal with the winning dish being sold in top supermarkets. >> you call this water? i'm sorry. i'm not refreshed. >> that was the worst souffle i have ever seen. it is flatter than the ratings for kitchen nightmares. >> stephanie: a little pitchy. >> although he hasn't been on "american idol" in five years. >> oh, he hasn't? really? i'm happy to have not noticed. >> barbara walter will be returning to "the view." she fell and cut her head got a
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concussion, and then came down with chickenpox. he called into the show and said hello, my dolls i miss you. i talk to you ever day, i join the hot topics. i do everything. >> stephanie: that would be the most entertaining reality show with barbara walters at home with chickenpox just talking to the tv. she is all delayous. >> chickenpox doesn't make you delaireouselairous. >> that sounds like the child of mitch mcconnell and barbara walters. >> i can't get chickenpox through my shell. >> stephanie: disney has awarded him 37 million shares as part of the deal for the purchase of
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lucas films. >> he is going to make enough money off of this deal to buy disney. >> fun wow! >> stephanie: i think i'll be knocking on his door. >> he is literally giving billions of this money to education. it's just amazing. he is giving back so much after taking so much away from us. [ laughter ] >> and now they are going to make five movies. the new trilogy, and then hans solo, and that bobo thed. >> who said that? >> stephanie: i don't know who that is. >> well, you are a girl. >> i don't know who that is. >> well, that is appalling. you probably had friends and had a life as a child. that's all i can think. >> i remember when star wars came out. my dad went to go see star wars
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my mom went to see the spy who loved me and my sister and i went to see herby goes bananas. >> herby goes bananas was a terrible movie. >> yes. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: jim christopher walkins say his number one piece of advice is to buckle up. >> he -- [ overlapping speakers ] >> what kind of gay are you?
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>> stephanie: betty davis also said fasten your seat belts. >> fasten your seat belts it's going to be a bumpy ride. [ applause ] >> stephanie: there you go. >> walkin he has like three movies out right now. and he is wonderful doing a dramatic role playing a non-psycho path in this film i saw about a classical group. >> oh, that's right. he is working a lot. >> he plays cello in it. >> stephanie: all right. forty-five minutes after the hour. fasten your seat belts, it's almost the end of the show. we'll be right back. >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show." (vo) next, current tv is the place for compelling true stories. >> jack, how old are you? >> nine. >> this is what 27 tons of marijuana looks like. (vo) with award winning documentaries that take you
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♪ she's got greta garbo [ inaudible ] ♪ she's got -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ eyes ♪ >> stephanie: fridays are sexy liberal john fugelsang. what did you say about eric cantor? >> did you enjoy his rebrand of the republican party? >> stephanie: yes. >> he rebranded the entire gop without changing any of the ideology. more facelifts than a desperate house wive's reunion show. in 2010 it was the young guns
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campaign. remember how that sounded like gay porn. and in 2011 it was the cut and grow plan. and yesterday he made the making life work plan. >> stephanie: steve you are on with john fugelsang. hello, steve. >> caller: hey, there. i just wanted to make a quick comment about a guy who called in a couple of days ago who somehow tried to mix the abortion issue with gun control. whenever i get into an argument a virtual argument on facebook with my gun nut friends, eventually i work in the fact that apparently i'm pro life and they are not, and i can't tell you how upset that gets them. >> stephanie: yes. >> wow. >> caller: i'm pro life because i believe in gun control, and then of course they bring up the
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fact that i'm pro choice and i say yeah i'm pro choice, and i'm pro life. >> stephanie: yeah, and then their head explodes and the conversation is over. [ explosion ] >> and most of them support the death penalty anyways, so they are pro some life. >> stephanie: yeah. dan go ahead. >> caller: i wanted to talk about the supposed cops that were against limiting the number of rounds in a magazine. >> stephanie: yeah we were suspect that they were not cops. >> caller: yeah, i'm a guy who says if it takes you two or more seconds to change out, even at 185 pounds in high school i could cover ten yards in two seconds. so i'm one of the guys that will put him on his back. >> stephanie: yeah as jim was saying earlier this isn't a
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fantastic call scenario this is how it happened. john as a lot of people have said that's the only chance sometimes you have. and don't you want to give our kids that chance to run away. >> exactly. wayne lapierre is essentially fighting really hard for the american maniac community's right to not have to reload mid-massacre. >> we have too many live children. >> how did they get the aurora shooter? when he stopped to reload. >> stephanie: exactly. tina turner [ inaudible ] pass port because she can't stand the rain. and canada denies randy quade's request to stay. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: wait a minute. that is not a good trade. >> get out eh. >> but we get to keep dennis wayed. >> dennis quade is good.
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>> stephanie: who was in charge of that trade? what the hell? camella in new hampshire you are on with john. >> caller: hi, stephanie. there should be a lot more strong women like you in the world. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: and the reason i'm calling is i wanted to share my gun experience. i grew up in california and i'm 49 years old and never found a need to have a gun in my life. now i live in new hampshire, and i went in and they told me ooze long as i didn't have a felony i could get a gun in an hour. but what they don't know about me is an i'm a recovering alcoholic, and bipolar. and it is amazing how they could give me a gun within an hour being the person i have because i have no felonies.
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>> stephanie: yeah. >> it just shocks me. and the man showing me a gun showed me a beautiful little pink gun. and i guess that was the gun that killed a child because he thought it was a toy. >> stephanie: yes. thank you honey. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> kim kardashian tweeted a photo of her new diamond-encrusted gun she bought. >> stephanie: jim here is a random fun fact for you -- [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: de niro wore socks during sex. >> little bit. >> stephanie: i just have a visual of that. the actress model who wrote a [ inaudible ] affair with norman miller has [ inaudible ] another book about other sex partners including robert de niro who
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wore his socks to bed. >> so i can pretend i'm wearing a condom except for on my feet. little bit. little bit. >> stephanie: one more for you jim, halle berry took her top off and dunked her bear breasts into a bowl of guacamole on the set of a movie. it is a scene of a couple who played truth or dare and she just improvised. i should have try at my super bowl party. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: john you had some thoughts about the john brennan hearings. >> yeah. to me he was like the most thoughtful soft-spoken reflective man who would kill us all with his bare hands, but i want to believe a lot of things. i was really disappointed no one
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asked him why all adult males are considered combatants, i was surprised why no one asked him about the cia's new definition of the world "imminent" because now it means not imminent. and i was surprised by his unwillingness to say water boarding was torture. i think he was great -- i know he is against water boarding -- >> stephanie: yeah, he said he had the impression in 2007 that intelligence came out of water boarding, but since then there has been serious questioned raised about the information i was given at the time. >> yeah. [overlapping speakers] >> stephanie: why would they keep secrets. >> he is against water boarding but he is against killing americans before they have had a

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